September 24, 2022: What are the crazy predictions that point to the end of the world today?
Internet users have spread conspiracy theories about the end of the world related to an episode of The Simpsons and the statements of a German legislator.
September 24, 2022, is a date that has been trending on social media, due to both an episode of The Simpsons, the declarations of a German politican. Strangely, some say they prophecise the end of the world and the Apocalypse.
On TikToK, videos of content creators and hundreds of users who use the social network have begun to stand out, in which they point to ‘The Simpsons’. The series, so far lasting for more than 30 seasons, has become popular for the multiple predictions that are revealed in each of its episodes. Some happenings they accidentally predicted include Donald Trump as president of the United States and the covid-19 pandemic.
The last great revelation that has been placed among the main trends is the ‘end of the world’, which for many years has been tried to be explained through multiple theories, which supposedly define the exact moment in which human life on Planet Earth would end. Thankfully, all have so far proved false.
What is The Simpsons prediction about the end of the world?
There is talk on social networks that The Simpsons have predicted the final judgment, for which the end of the world would be today, September 24, the day on which “many bad things will happen in the world”, according to the spooky prediction and the warnings that it will be the end. It features Homer joining a group of people are preparing for the end of the world, relating to an electromagnetic pulse device with the belief that ten days of darkness are coming.
Who is Friedrich Merz and why is he associated with the end of the world?
One more theory about the arrival of the end of the world has its origin in a series of statements made by the German legislator Friedrich Merz, when expressing his opinion on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
“Ladies and gentlemen colleagues, September 24, 2022, is going to be a day that we will all remember and we will say about this day in the future, that I will remember where I was” said Merz.
After Merz’s statement, it has been suggested that the German legislator got the date wrong. He was probably meant to refer to February 24, the day Russia invaded Ukraine.
The legislator’s statements have been replicated in thousands of videos alongside The Simpsons theory.